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Sending energy emissions south

Paul Goodeve
Sun, 18 Oct 2020

Paul Goodeve
Sun, 18 Oct 2020
Nations are often portrayed by cartoonists as a car, with political parties jostling over who gets to drive. With our election over, that’s pretty much settled for a while longer. The consensus is that our national energy use needs to drive in the direction of lower carbon emissions. New Zealanders recognise the immediacy of securing a safer and more sustainable future for generations to come and the Zero Carbon Act cements our unity on that point. The Labour Party is driving further toward 100 percent renewable electricity...

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